Toy Cars Charlie Babbitt’s 1949 Roadmaster Convertible Cream Rain Man (1988) Movie Hollywood Series Release 36 1/64 Diecast Model Car by Greenlight…

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$12.89

Last updated on February 19, 2024 5:14 pm Details

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  • Limited edition. Brand new box. Real rubber tires. True-to-scale detail. Authentic decoration. Detailed interior, exterior. Comes in a blister pack. Officially licensed product. Custom themed packaging. Die-cast metal body and chassis. Manufacturer’s original unopened packaging. Dimensions approximately L-3.25 inches long.

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Product Dimensions

3 x 1 x 1 inches

Manufacturer

Greenlight Collectibles

1 review for Toy Cars Charlie Babbitt’s 1949 Roadmaster Convertible Cream Rain Man (1988) Movie Hollywood Series Release 36 1/64 Diecast Model Car by Greenlight…

  1. James N Simpson

    This is a cool 1/64 scale (standard Hot Wheels, Matchbox mass produced budget line size) car and your brain instantly remembers it was in Rain Man, when you see the thing in the blister pack. Not so sure someone just coming across it loose without the packaging would know without being told though. So for me the packaging is important. Greenlight has done an all right job with the front of the plastic covered blistercard, you’ve got a desert horizon picture that kind of resembles the ones you actually see on screen with the buick in it, in the movie. But the back of the blister just has a blurb summary of the movie. No photos of the car in the movie, let alone the actors in the car, or even on their own. These things aren’t cheap when you manage to find one in stores, let alone in the years to come when you’ve got to find one online. So the least Greenlight can do it pay the royalties to use a couple of screenshots.

    The die-cast vehicle itself resembles very closely the car used in the movie. You can also come across a Crown Victoria police car. It’s been decades since I saw this film, I’m sure that car was in it for a few seconds or something, and again if the packaging had photos of it from the film I might have bought it as well. But there were also some nice red and white Lamborghini countaches in this movie, they were my favourite car as a kid after seeing them in Cannonball Run II opening credits so them I remember from this film. Hopefully we’ll see them down the track under Rain Man or better yet Cannonball Run movies.

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